Loveland Treasurer/CFO Brett Griffith to take retirement for medical reasons
Through a formal letter to the Loveland Board of Education, Loveland Treasurer/CFO Brett Griffith announced during the Thursday, Jan. 11, Board Organizational Meeting that he will be retiring through the School Employees Retirement System of Ohio for medical reasons. His departure is effective beginning Friday, Jan. 12.
“It has been my privilege to serve the students, staff and the Loveland Board of Education in the capacity of treasurer and chief financial officer the past 10 years,” said Griffith. “During this tenure our office has managed in a fiscally conservative manner while never losing focus on providing for excellent academic opportunities for our students; I sincerely thank all of our Loveland community for their continued support of our important mission to prepare students for tomorrow, today. I know I’m leaving the district poised for continued growth.”
“Mr. Griffith is a consummate professional who has done an excellent job managing our district finances so that funds are focused on enhancing the experience for our students while maintaining fiscal health, and his services have been greatly appreciated,” said Loveland Board of Education President Art Jarvis.
“We sincerely thank Mr. Griffith for his service to the district, and we wish him all the best,” said Loveland Interim Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse. “He has been a valuable member of our Tiger Family, and he will be missed.”
Griffith joined the Loveland City School District in 2008 as treasurer/CFO. The Board of Education named Terrah Floyd as interim treasurer until a search can be conducted to find and name a permanent replacement; in addition to assisting the Loveland City School District as needed, Floyd currently works as the treasurer/CFO of the Springboro School District where she has served since 2013.